Actor Sooraj Pancholi has spoken on the issue of long-lasting nepotism in Bollywood. The actor says that it is difficult for everyone to make their own place in Bollywood.
Actor Suraj Pancholi said, ‘I would not say that it is easy for anyone. Only the better and the best person will remain vacant in the industry, the rest will not be able to survive. This has happened to the best people in a good family. Pancholi told PTI that sometimes I get angry because people think that you do not work hard.
Suraj Pancholi further said, ‘The film industry is not the same for everyone. In the film industry, only a few family people dislike it. So it is very difficult. Social media has taken over. Everyone is a critic now and hatred can spread in a second.
The film of Isabelle Kaif, the sister of actors Sooraj Pancholi and Katrina Kaif, has been released on 12 March. The film ‘Time to Dance’, directed by Stanley De Costa, has not done anything special. Walking on the footsteps of her sister Katrina Kaif, Isabel Kaif is the first film to make a career in the film world. Stanley de Costa has also been an assistant to famed choreographer Remo D’Souza. Interestingly, ‘Time to Dance’ is also his first film.